Jerwood Visual Arts, Jerwood Space, 171 Union St, London SE1 0LN

What Will The See Of Me?

The Extras Ever-Moving Lips

The Jerwood Film and Video Umbrella Awards 2014, titled ‘What will they see of me?’, has inspired films exploring themes of identity, visibility and posterity. Review by Edwina Attlee

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Cell Project Space, 258 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man (installation view)

It is expected of us that when we browse the web we are in control and the data trails we leave capture a perception of demographic existence. Browsing however, is not necessarily an empirical activity. Review by Laura Davidson.

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Mary Mary, 32 St. Andrews Street, Glasgow G1 5PD

Alistair Frost: ‘AZQ < > $@Ł•^’

Installation view, Alistair Frost - ‘AZQ < > $@Ł•^’ Mary Mary at 32 St Andrews Street, Glasgow 2014 Image courtesy The Artist; Mary Mary, Glasgow photographer: Max Slaven

Appointments are available to have Frost's designs and motifs painted onto visitors' nails To book please visit http://www.azqsalon.biz/ Nail appointments available: April 4th - 6th 12 - 4pm April 7th - 21st 1 - 3pm

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Drawing Room, Crimscott Street, London SE1 5TE

Abstract Drawing

Abstract Drawing (installation view)

What is the purpose of drawing? How does it relate to the artistic process? Does human expression require a human hand?

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Drawing Room, Crimscott Street, London SE1 5TE

Drawing Making - Making Drawing

‘Drawing making – Making drawing’ was a series of talks, conversations, discussions and workshops devised by artist, writer and educator Jack Southern

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PSM Köpenicker Strasse 126, 10179 Berlin

Awst & Walther

Ground to Sky, installation view PSM, Berlin

PSM is pleased to announce GROUND TO SKY, the first solo exhibition at the gallery by Welsh-German artist duo, AWST & WALTHER.

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The Power Plant, 231 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8, Canada

Mike Nelson: Amnesiac Hide

Installation view of Mike Nelson: Amnesiac Hide at The Power Plant, Toronto. Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid

The Power Plant is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Toronto by the renowned British artist Mike Nelson.

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Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst GAK, Teerhof 21, 28199 Bremen, Germany

Peles Empire: EVER BUILD

EVER BUILD Exhibition view GAK Bremen (2014)

Essential here is still the installation’s changing location between the private and public sphere: a salon in the artists’ home, a bar at an art fair, within a protected environment of an institution, or finally as an exhibition space in their London studio

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Darkness and Light

As part of Pull Out All The Stops, Southbank Centre’s celebration of the restoration and reinstallation of its iconic organ, Forma presents Darkness and Light, by Belgian organist and composer Bernard Foccroulle and leading Australian video artist Lynette Wallworth.

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Cooper Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, 13 Perth Road, Dundee, DD1 4HT

Kathrin Sonntag: ‘I SEE YOU SEEING ME SEE YOU’

Kathrin Sonntag, Installation view from I SEE YOU SEEING ME SEE YOU, Cooper Gallery 2014

The glass eye as an object interests Sonntag as something which singularly returns the gaze, and which she views as ‘a starting point for the act of seeing itself’. Review by Valerie Norris

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Tintype Contemporary Art, 107 Essex Road, London N1 2SL

Flora Parrott

Installation view showing: Horn Circle and Bone Circle

Flora Parrott’s solo exhibition ‘Fixed Position’ is a brave attempt to address ‘being’ in the world. Review by Ciara Healy

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Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, High Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JH

Roger Hiorns: Untitled

Roger Hiorns, Untitled (Detail), 2010 Installation view, firstsite, Colchester, 2013 Courtesy Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London. Gift of the artist and Corvi Mora, London. Supported by The Henry Moore Foundation Photo: Douglas Atfield

Great art is often described as being ‘timeless’, speaking to people across the ages no matter their location or background. And there are other times when a work of art, intentionally or unintentionally, poignantly articulates contemporary events.

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